June will be teeming with major Aboriginal events during National Aboriginal History Month.
The 375th invites you to take advantage of more than a dozen events honouring these cultures through performances and activities that showcase the dynamic expression and creativity of Aboriginal peoples.
June 1 to 9
Celebrating the outspokenness, creative force and boldness of indigenous artists with four shows/performances and a day of dialogue whose theme is reconciliation.
Celebration of Sagabone
June 3, starting 9 a.m.
A major celebration, in the presence of the Peace Pipe of 1701, which unites pipe carriers from various First Nations at the Botanical Garden.
5th Rendez-vous des arts métissés
June 16, 17 and 18
A unique event you don’t want to miss that showcases Aboriginal artists and cultures at the heart of Old Montréal.
Pow-Wow de l’amitié
June 18, starting 3 p.m.
A great musical gathering in Parc Ahuntsic that celebrates the waves of migration that shaped the borough’s history.
May to September
A projector bike that brings the best short films made by indigenous youth to the 19 boroughs as part of the Wapikoni mobile project.